Committed to Dudley since 1979
Our Homes and Services
We have sheltered accommodation for older people, domestic violence refuges and support in the community. We run a foyer, a home for young people and specialist support for young families. We have homes for people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and mental health problems.
Work at CHADD
CHADD has a committed team of support workers and other professionals who help people in Dudley find their feet and find their way to live a thriving life. We take pride in making CHADD a pleasurable place to work. Click here for our current vacancies or to express an interest in joining us.
Support our Work
CHADD is a charity. We are always bowled over by the support you give our work. Amazing donations of every day things people need in times of emergency, fundraising for specific services or volunteering to help the people we work with. Your business could be a corporate CHADD champion.
For our tenants and service users
For emergency repairs call 01384 456465 – of you get an answerphone please leave full details for us.
You can read more about our repairs service here.
If you are suffering from domestic abuse, there is help available from people who understand what you’ve been going through and won’t judge you
If you are in immediate danger dial 999.
Support Services and Homes
You may not know quite how much CHADD does. Besides running homes for older people we also have homes for young people, young families, adults with learning disabilities, long term mental health challenges and physical disabilities.
We have a domestic abuse refuge and an expert outreach term working with survivors in their homes.
We also support a wide range of people and campaigns across Dudley. See more here.
We listen to the people we work with find out what difference our work is making
When a domestic abuse survivor comes to live in a refuge it can be distressing and frightening. But imagine if you are also blind or vision-impaired. The challenges are even greater. Here at CHADD we have been working with Beacon Vision in Wolverhampton on a six-month...
Mike Walters is the Activities and Wellbeing Mentor at our On-Route Foyer.... he organised the first CHADDFest to bring people together.... He wrote about what and why on the Foyer Federation's website.... Great work Mike.... This September saw the community at...
My name is Tori-Jade Davies and I used to live at CHADD On-Route Foyer in the West Midlands. Over the past two years I have found myself and 'come out of my shell', and that's all thanks to the youth power and leadership projects that I've had the opportunity to work...